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control Bramham 29 Mar 17

BE Training & Education Access All Areas

Bringing insight and demystification to the incredible coordination it takes to host a British Eventing affiliated event, the BE Access All Area (AAA) days are back for 2017 thanks to funding from the British Equestrian Federation (BEF), provided by Sport England, as well as funding from the British Eventing Charitable Foundation (BECF).

Maybe you are looking at becoming a volunteer, are new to the sport and want to learn more or would like to know how you could be involved in the behind the scenes action, the AAA days provide the perfect opportunity to discover all you need to know.

Kindly supported by Sport England funding via the BEF for events in England and the BECF for events further afield, the AAA days aim to inspire and educate anyone with an interest in the sport to discover more and get involved. Eventing takes a huge team to make it run every weekend from March to October and the AAA days will provide participants the opportunity to speak to some of that team, including the fantastic volunteers, to ask questions and explore more about the variety of roles.

The following dates have been confirmed, but further dates are scheduled to be added – please keep checking the BE Training & Education pages for updates.


The BEF’s Head of Participation, Anna Hall said: “We are delighted to support the Access All Areas initiative in 2017 to give participants a unique ‘behind the scenes’ peek into how an eventing competition is run and hope this will encourage more people into becoming the eventing volunteers of the future. We know the sport could not exist without the efforts of thousands of volunteers up and down the country giving up their time for the good of the sport. We also know volunteering itself can be hugely rewarding, giving people opportunities to go places they may not have had the opportunity to before and to meet new people. You don’t need any specialist knowledge, skills or equipment to start out as a volunteer in eventing so come along see for yourself.”

More information can be found on the BE website HERE.